Digital Clinical Orientation, Conversation Concept lab, Health History
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Digital Clinical Orientation, Conversation Concept lab, Health History
Important information: Please read this entire document because it will save you a great deal of time in the long run! (And all the other module instructions are shorter!)
In this Module 1 document, you will be introduced to the new technology you will be using (Shadow Health) so there are extensive notes to help you. In the future modules, the instructions are not so extensive, but because we are using products and procedures with which you may not be familiar, we have provided details here that will maximize your efforts with a minimum of frustration and do-overs! A pdf of the course schedule is located in the syllabus are in the left- hand menu in Canvas and is two and one half pages in length. We recommend that you use it (Print it off and write in the due dates) or the dates provided by Canvas in the course. The advantage of the pdf is that it has estimated times to complete each activity in Shadow Health, to help you plan.
· A quiz is given in every module, due at 2359 on Saturday nights.
No discussion board is assigned for Modules 1 and 2, but these begin in Module 3, and continue through the end of the class in Modules 4 and
· All assignments and quizzes are open from the first day of class, so you can work ahead if you see you are going to be busy. Assignments and quizzes are due weekly at 2359, even though they are all open from the beginning, so plan your time accordingly. (Note that Shadow Health has 5- minute increments for due times, so your due date will appear as 12 AM Sunday morning rather than 11:55 or 1159 PM Saturday night. (How we wish it showed 2359, which is so much clearer than 12 AM!!)
Late work: Quizzes close at 2359 on the due date, so cannot be taken late. Assessment assignments in Shadow Health can be completed up to 48 hours late and will receive a late penalty of 5% per day unless documentation for approved extenuating circumstances is provided, such as medical emergencies for a family member, or funeral documentation. You may submit only up to 48 hours late, with late penalty. The otoscope assignment in Module 2 (for which you will need a real otoscope—so plan accordingly) is not in Shadow Health and the same rules apply: You may submit up to 48 hours late with late penalty of 5% per After 48 hours, work is not accepted without documentation.
· Discussion boards: These have structured forms to fill out and post, and the initial posts can be done early—at any time once the class opens. The first discussion board is found in Module 3 and the first post must be done by Wednesday at 2359, with 2 replies needed by Saturday night at 2359.
There is an optional Syllabus Quiz you can take for bonus It is untimed and must be done in the first week of class.
· Start by reading the “How to get an A in Assessment letter” which is found on the Syllabus page on Canvas. That will get you “up and running” the quickest.
In this class you will be doing most of your assessments in Shadow Health, so you will need to go to the following website and register to receive an account: app.shadowhealth.com. The cost is approximately $100.00 and gives you lifetime access.
(In Module 2, the ear will be assessed using Shadow Health, but also on a living person, using an otoscope—so now is the time to obtain an otoscope if you do not have access to one elsewhere. An inexpensive model is available at many drug stores and online, if you don’t have one.)
Save time—use “voice-to-text” in Google Chrome! You may communicate with your online simulated patient in Shadow Health by typing your questions and responses into the blank areas, or you may use the voice-to-text function, which saves time once you have learned to use it. (You can only access the voice-to-text function in Google Chrome—the
other browsers to not support it.) The app understands a wide variety of speaking styles and accents, but you will need to speak clearly and moderately slowly—experiment with it to see how it works for you.
Quiz # 1—this is over the chapters which include the reading topics of: Nurse Role, Nursing Process, Subjective Data, Objective Data, Validation and Documentation, Analysis of Data with Critical Thinking, Vital Signs, Pain, Nutrition.
An extensive amount of reading is represented here—we estimate that you will be spending 3 – 6 hours per week reading the textbook. (Remember that a 3- hour class will take an estimated 9 hours per week of work, outside class. Since there is no class, the 3 hours are added in, making 12 hours a reasonable amount of time to spend on this class weekly. This is an accelerated class that would normally be given over an entire semester of 14 weeks, so that represents 12 hours per week for 14 weeks as an estimated time commitment. (If you are not one who reads fast, you may spend additional time on this step). Suggestions for tackling it include scanning first, followed by reading of the areas in which your knowledge base is weak.
Quizzes in this class are open-book, open-resource, but they are timed. You will not have time to look up every question, so scanning your book and reading and marking the areas in which you know you are weak is recommended. Question banks are used, with questions selected by the computer, so every student receives a unique quiz. If you are using the ebook, you may find the word-search option helpful. Of course, you may “google” topics, but you will find the questions are quite specific and detailed, and the answers found in your textbook will be considered as the authority for quiz purposes: If you find a different answer somewhere on the internet than what is given in your book, the book answer will be considered as the correct answer.
Assignments for Module 1 (all are done in Shadow Health this week):
Note that all Shadow Health assignments (except the Final Assignment in Module 5) can be re-done for a higher score, meaning you have multiple attempts for each
assessment, and can re-do until 48 hours after the due date. (In some places we state there are two attempts because students rarely do more than two, although you can do as many as you like.) You will be able to access a transcript of what you did, versus what was possible for full points. Use this to improve your score on the second attempt. In this way, every student may make an A in the class, if willing to go back to re-do. Here is a time-saving tip: Some students go through quickly the first time, still doing a good solid assessment, then use the transcript to improve. The program requires that nurses empathize and educate during the assessment or health history sections, and you will learn what is expected during the process of reviewing the transcript, and this is covered in the Digital Clinical Orientation. A way to get around re-doing assignments for higher scores, and yet to end up with a high score anyway, is to use the Interview Guide you will see embedded in Shadow Health each assignment.
Digital Clinical Orientation: Learn to navigate the Shadow Health Digital Clinical No points are given for this, but it is necessary in order to be able to access the other assignments. This should take about 15 minutes.
Conversation Concept Lab: These activities and exercises will introduce you to the functions of open and closed questions in effective nursing communication. The average time to complete this assignment is 40 minutes.
Health History: Interview your first Digital Standardized Patient, Tina Jones, document her comprehensive health history, and complete post-exam activities. Students spend, on average, two and a half hours on this assignment.
Module 1 Quiz
Syllabus Quiz (optional but helpful to you since it is a bonus quiz!)
Digital Clinical Orientation (no credit but necessary to do other work)
Conversation Concept Lab
Health History (No discussion board until Module 3)
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